4 edition of Water Quality Management found in the catalog.
Water Quality Management
Coppa & Avery Consultants.
October 1984 by Vance Bibliographies .
Written in English
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Water Quality Management covers the fundamentals of water quality; water quality modeling and systems analysis of streams, reservoirs, and estuaries; and practical water quality topics and problems.
The book presents topics on the legal aspects; the physical, chemical, and biological dimensions of water quality; and water quality requirements. This book, in large measure, is an updating of the author's previous books, Biological Waste Treatment, published by Pergaman Press, Industrial Water Pollution Control, published by McGraw-Hill, Water Quality Engineering for Practicing Engineers, published by Cahners Books.
This book is a user manual for students and professionals involved in water quality planning and management.
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